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Nora Buttram served as a rural letter carrier for the United States Postal Service from 1985 to 2004. She worked out of the Smiths Grove Post Office in south central Kentucky and delivered mail in the corners of Warren, Edmonson and Barren counties. She started as a substitute letter carrier in 1985 and retired after 10 years as a regular carrier in 2004. Writing this book was her way of memorializing her interesting and varied experiences for future generations. Modern technology is slowly changing our way of communicating with e-mails, voice mails, cell phones, etc. We have no choice but to adapt to these but we do have the option of preserving for the annals of history the good things of the past. Who knows, some day we may garner valuable wisdom from Nora’s experiences? People who work in jobs of service have a wonderful opportunity to make a difference in our world. Small gestures of kindness or good deeds performed whenever and wherever possible can change the very core of our society. Celebrities get the most of the honor and money but the realities of life are shaped and formed by the minds and hands and backs of the people willing to give their best at whatever they do. A friendly smile still makes a difference and an extended hand in love turns the stuff of daily life into a glorious adventure!
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Book Description Shalom Publishing Co., 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0962705713